Catherine Ringer’s famous duo, Les Rita Mitsouko, are no more—but she performed their punky, jazzy synth-pop songs for a recent live release.
Yes, there are some ties.
In honor of the Reader’s Pets issue, here are five films with plenty of cinematic canine charisma.
Five masterpieces from filmmakers whose work has pushed the cultural envelope
Jean-Luc Godard’s latest is a montage of images with the weight of an epic poem.
Originally broadcast on French TV in 1986, it’s having a rare Chicago screening at the Siskel Center.
Luckily for the patriarchy, their plan for world domination involves making porn movies.
FilmStruck celebrates Pride Month with a retrospective on queer British filmmaker Derek Jarman.
The veteran underground filmmaker reflects on his four-decade career.
Five extraordinary films about film, by five extraordinary filmmakers.
A new nine-week, 13-film series features a number of movies that rarely screen outside of Japan.
Two films from a transformative period in the director’s career screen this week at the Gene Siskel Film Center.
Chicago Film Society presents a rare 35-millimeter revival of Alan Arkin’s 1971 film adaptation of Jules Feiffer’s stage play.
The director’s 1964 masterpiece plays all week in a new digital restoration.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue